Loch Ness Monster Expert Reveals His Findings
According to Skye News, Steve Feltham has spent over 24 years researching and keeping his eye out for the Loch Ness Monster.
Loch Ness is a large deep freshwater lake about 22 square miles in the Scottish Highlands. Its deepest point is 755 feet. The most common speculation among believers is that the creature represents a line of long surviving plesiosaurs which had a broad flat body and a short tail with limbs that evolved into four long flippers.
Here comes the big reveal about the Loch Ness monster, nicknamed Nessie, from a man who's been obsessed with this thing for over two decades! Mr. Feltham has come to the conclusion that Nessie is a rather large catfish! WHAT?!!!! A freakin' catfish?! Seriously?!!! "Looking at all the evidence, speaking to eyewitnesses, the most likely solution is a Wels catfish" Feltham told Skye News.
This dude holds the Guinness World Record for the longest continuous "Nessie" vigil and all we get is, "It's a catfish!" Most catfish grow to be 4 to 5 feet long, BUT there are reports that some can grow up to 13 feet. Now we're talkin'! Feltham did say, "I'm not saying the mystery's solved. I'm still looking for a better explanation than a Wels catfish." Reporting live from my couch in New Fairfield, CT., I'm Ethan Carey.